East African powers do not want a powerful government in Mogadishu

In the early morning of April 2, militants from the al-Shabaab terror group stormed Garissa University College in Kenya and killed at least 147 students. The second worst terror attack in Kenya’s history lasted 13 hours and was made excruciatingly horrific by the fact that many of the victims remained in communication with their loved ones until the… Continue reading…

Big Unknown Factor in Kenya’s Monday Elections: Voter Turnout

The outcome of the presidential election in Kenya on Monday will hinge on turnout. Whether we shall wake up on March 5th with a president-elect or have to go for a runoff will depend on regional turnout rates. As it is most public opinion polls point to a runoff. However, the polls do not give… Continue reading…

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